MITRE Employees

Partners

Welcome to Handshake!

Handshake is a business networking system run by the MITRE Corporation, created to support valuable relationships among current employees, industry, vendors, academia, sponsors, former employees, and other FFRDCs. Handshake helps MITRE bring the best talent to bear on sponsor problems of critical national importance.

Your Handshake account enables you to:

  • Establish connections with other Handshake members, including participating MITRE staff
  • Participate in Handshake groups
  • Share information about yourself and your technical interests via your profile page

Don't have an account yet? MITRE employees are provided with accounts automatically; any employee can invite non-MITRE partners into Handshake.

By registering for Handshake, you consent to have your name, profile photo (if you provide one), connections on Handshake (social graph), and activity stream of non-access controlled activities be accessible by other Handshake members and MITRE employees. Other contact information and content you provide to the site is shared subject to permission settings that you configure. All site activity is logged.

It is your responsibility to ensure the information you share is approved for release to those who have permission to access it. Handshake members can include non-US citizens.

Do not post sensitive or classified material on Handshake. In addition, FOUO, Highly Sensitive (e.g., Trade Secret), and Sensitive (e.g., Personally Identifiable) Information should not be posted on this site.

This site is for business use only. MITRE does not permit the display or posting of material that is inflammatory or detrimental.

Please review full terms of use and contact the Handshake team if you have any questions.

Handshake is a business networking system run by the MITRE Corporation, created to support valuable relationships among current employees, industry, vendors, academia, sponsors, former employees, and other FFRDCs. Handshake helps MITRE bring the best talent to bear on sponsor problems of critical national importance.